We fitted this silver solar film to these offices and reception to reduce heat and glare.
We fitted this 20% silver solar film to reduce heat and glare through the large windows of this office. The privacy was a welcome additional advantage.
We fitted 35% silver film to these very large windows to reduce heat and glare. Total solar energy rejected by this film is 65%. In the below external photo the bottom two windows haven’t yet had any film applied.
We installed a 20% solar film to the roof of this conservatory to dramatically reduce heat and glare. The total solar energy blocked by this film is 80%. The photo below is halfway through the job, the windows in the top right have not got film on them, so you can see the difference.
We fitted 35% silver film for privacy on all the front facing downstairs windows of this home. 35% silver blocks 35% of visible light, so is more subtle than the more common 20% silver film. We usually recommend this more subtle film for home windows like this for aesthetic reasons. The film was fitted for privacy – an attractive alternative to net curtains. As a bonus, our film prevents the fading of carpets, upholstery, etc, as it blocks 99.9% UV. It also blocks around 65% of the sun’s heat.